Translation for 'vine' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a vine | vines
vine {noun}
лоза {ж}
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Translation for 'vine' from English to Bulgarian

vine {noun}
лоза {ж}агр.
Usage Examples English
  • These arms are based on the municipality's third seal, from 1714. The vine is the Vine of Christ (John 15:1). Earlier seals had shown only the vine, a symbol for the area's widespread winegrowing.
  • The Little Rouge Valley Vine, or "Great Vine", is the largest natural vine in the Ontario mixed forests.
  • The place supports pockets of Araucarian notophyll vine forest, notophyll vine forest, and littoral (or beach scrub) rainforest.
  • "Schisandra chinensis" (common name: magnolia-vine, Chinese magnolia-vine, schisandra), whose fruit is called magnolia berry or five-flavor-fruit (from Chinese 五味子 "wǔwèizi"), is a vine plant native to forests of Northern China, the Russian Far East and Korea.
  • He worked on teams which investigated fertility of the vine, vine diseases, and malolactic fermentation in wine.

  • ... , Japanese: "raikōtō"), sometimes called thunder god vine but more properly translated thunder duke vine, is a vine used in traditional Chinese medicine.
  • Bignonia callistegioides, also known as violet trumpet vine and lavender trumpet vine, is a vine native to southern Brazil and Argentina.
  • "Mezoneuron brachycarpum", the corky prickle vine is a species of climbing plant found in eastern Australia. A large woody vine with bipinnate foliage.
  • Ant colonies feed on the honeydew produced by the vine mealybug and in the winter, vine mealybugs utilize the underground tunnels that the ants dig.  Additionally, ants protect the vine mealybug from natural predators such as predatory beetles.
  • The vegetation mainly consists of woodlands, heathlands, sedgelands, vine forests (including both semi-deciduous vine forests on the eastern ranges and deciduous vine thickets on western slopes).

  • Jarre posted his first Vine in January 2013 on the day Vine launched.
  • In established vineyards where only a few vines need to be replaced within a row (such as vine lost to machine damage or disease), a new vine can be propagated by bending a cane from a neighboring vine into the ground and covering it with dirt.
  • "Tecomanthe burungu", commonly known as Roaring Meg Creek trumpet vine or pink trumpet vine, is a climber native to Queensland, Australia.
  • "Marsdenia flavescens", the Yellow Milk Vine is a vine found in eastern Australia. Other common names include Hairy Milk Vine and Native Potato.
  • "Stephania japonica", known as snake vine, is a vine often seen in sheltered areas near the sea.

  • The single Guyot is limited to a number of 10 vine eyes for support while the double Guyot has 12 vine eyes.
  • Mammolo is believed to be a parent vine of the Ligurian/Tuscan vine Pollera nera and Colombana nera.
  • The vine was the classic example of big vine culture, where vines are trained and pruned to allow the plant to express its natural vigour; rather than forcing a vine into a restricted trellis system by heavy pruning.
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